Wednesday, March 16, 2011

This is the Day Photography Workshop - Registration Open

Registration is officially open for a one day photo workshop put on by myself and fellow photog, Sarah Sandel of Sarah Sandel Photography. I have included below our vision for the event. Visit the site to learn more about the day, the photographers, what you will walk away with and how to get yourself in a seat for that splendid day.

All of us are telling a story about our days. We may not get to control what happens in the day, but we get to choose how to respond to it. What happens isn’t what ultimately matters – it’s what we say about what happens that lasts. It’s about the story we tell.

Our desire is to see budding photographers learn how to use the tools available to them to tell the story of their lives. The beauty of our differences means the stories we tell are diverse and wonderful. We are parents, brothers, sisters & friends. We are professionals, small business owners, instructors, and artists. We raise children, we teach others’ children. We create and dream and play. Some of us own point & shoot cameras, others are shooting digital SLRs with mega lenses. Some of us snap away all the time, others bring the camera to special occasions.

We want to help you develop the tools to tell your unique story. We want to see you be inspired by the moment. We want to share what we’ve learned about taking hold of those happy accidents and creating memories out of the seemingly ordinary events of our day-to-day lives.

This Is The Day is not about growing a business or the technology of photography, it’s about the story we tell and the tools we use. It’s about a way of seeing things. It’s about being inspired by the everyday. It’s about sharing & celebrating the little things. We want to equip you to tell your stories.

Browse around a bit - gather information about the workshop, the photographers, and some of our favorite bits of inspiration! If and when you have questions, use the {contact} form above to get in touch. We're looking forward to seeing you and spending some time together soon.

Caroline & Sarah Beth


About Caroline

I decided my destiny was to be an artist at age five when I won an honorable mention in a art competition in kindergarten. Ever since then I have been following a dream that has manifested itself in a variety of rewarding and delightful ways. I have practiced in the field of graphic design for over 8 years and recently acquired my Masters in Graphic Design at NC State University in Raleigh, NC (check out my design portfolio by clicking here if you like). But a passion that has stuck with me ever since I got my hands on my first Nikon camera in my undergraduate art education at Florida State University is photography. The instruction I received there was but a seed in what would develop over the next years of my life. Recently I have begun photographing people in their celebrations of life and could not feel any more blessed to be a part of capturing those memories.

About This Blog

A great american writer once wrote, "If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy. If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world, and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan my day." EB White penned the thoughts of my own heart. One part of me is a graphic designer working to challenge the world, seeking out problems and striving to create avenues for change. The other part is seeking out the beauties of the world and working to capture them in our memories forever through photography. This is what you will find here. Me enjoying the world. I have been truly fortunate to photograph such incredible people at truly beautiful moments in life. I can only hope that the images I've collected will forever keep alive those thoughts and emotions that swelled in their hearts and minds that day.

If you are interested in having me capture your life moments you can contact me by clicking here.

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